As a veteran, I have chosen to dedicate a portion of my practice to serving those who serve us. These men and women give the full measure of their devotion to protecting and serving the public. This is only a token of the debt we all owe, but I hope that this service may provide some measure of practical help and comfort to our heroes in uniform.
Last Will and Testament - preserves your right to have your last wishes honored by securing your estate and passing it as you desire. Without the legal strength of a will, you restate may not transfer to your loved ones the way you intend.
Healthcare Power of Attorney - allows you to appoint someone to help make decisions about your healthcare, should you become incapacitated and unable to communicate your wishes.
Financial Durable Power of Attorney - Your spouse (or anyone else you designate) can legally act on your behalf if you are unable to do so. For example, if you were traveling abroad, this person could pay your bills, sign checks for you, access bank accounts, etc.
Alabama Advance Directive (Living Will) - allows you to explain your decision on certain types of medical treatment in the event you become permanently unconscious or terminally ill or injured.
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